Guided Reading

Guided reading is an important part of our instructional journey in helping our students develop self-extending systems through which they can successfully and independently read a variety of texts. The purpose of engaging students in guided reading is to facilitate their growth as independent readers. To become proficient readers, students need opportunities to read more challenging texts with teacher support.

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SCHOOLWIDE’S GUIDED READING COLLECTIONS

Schoolwide’s Guided Reading Collections include carefully selected fiction and nonfiction texts for Emergent (levels A–C), Early (levels D–G), Transitional (two collections: levels H–J and K–M), or Fluent (levels N–Q) readers.

Each collection also comes with a spiral-bound book of Guided Reading Plans matched with the texts. These detailed plans show teachers where to focus before, during, and after the read to support readers’ key strategic actions on texts: self-monitoring and self-correcting, word-solving, comprehension, and fluency.

 WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT GUIDED READING (GRADES K–5)

This professional resource explains essential understandings for supporting the successful implementation of guided reading, including important learning theories that influenced the key elements of guided reading sessions. This book also includes practical guidance for assessing books and matching them to readers, as well as detailed explanations about what to do before, during, and after a guided reading session.

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